Despite problems with management, still a good work environment
Electronics Team Member (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – June 27, 2016
After working at Target for over 2 years, I can say they truly cultivate an environment that is very much guest-centric. While it may be seen as putting guests before your fellow employee (as I've often heard while working), it is the mindset that sets Target ahead in customer satisfaction that competitors like Wal-Mart. The main gripe I had working for my store were the ETLs (Executive Team Leaders). While some were hard-working individuals with a "lead from the front" attitude, most were lazy, complained too much, and did not cultivate a positive work environment that makes it enjoyable to work.
Typically friendly and close-knit work environment
Short unpaid lunches, unlivable wages, and problems with management